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(Reuters)   European science satellite will analyze gravity one last time   (reuters.com) divider line 3
    More: Misc, gravity, Europeans, Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, Ocean Circulation Explorer, European science, Mars Probes, Earth observation, satellites  
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2013-11-03 04:05:45 PM  
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www.bis.gov.uk

And they just HAD to design it like a giant Lawn Dart too. Just lovely.
2013-11-03 01:41:16 PM  
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zimbach: The trouble with those xenon ion drives is the long burn times required to accelerate any reasonable amount (which also quickly depletes your electric charge reserves), and you can't engage time warp while you're doing that so you have to grind through in real time..


You can do a 'physical warp' up to 4x, but even with that it still takes a long time.
2013-11-03 12:10:10 PM  
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They'll still find it had a thin plot.
 
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